William E. (Bill) Cooper is the longest-serving city leader, with 28 years as an Enterprise City Councilman. Now in his seventh term as the District 1 representative, Mr. Cooper has served on many boards and committees that have been instrumental in the city’s growth, including the Board of Directors of the Enterprise Chamber of Commerce and the Wiregrass Economic Development Board. He also served as chairman of the Board of the Coffee-Geneva County Education Federal Credit Union and as president of the Alabama State Alumni Association. He is on the Deacon Board at Friendship Baptist Church.
A native of nearby Dothan, Mr. Cooper is a graduate of Alabama State with degrees education and Music Education. The semi-retired band director holds a Master of Music Education degree as well as a degree in Music Education Administration and Supervision. After serving 43 years as band director at Coppinville Junior High School, Mr. Cooper enjoys the opportunity to continue serving the city school system as a part-time administrative assistant at Enterprise High School. Mr. Cooper is proud of the city’s progress in the past 28 years, especially in economic development and industry recruitment, street resurfacing, water and sewer system improvements and the building of a new Civic Center, Farmers Market and helping the school board fund new school construction and renovations.
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